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Think twice about buying ‘squashed-faced’ breeds, vets urge dog-lovers

British Veterinary Association launches #breedtobreathe campaign to highlight serious health issues breeds such as pugs and French bulldogs are prone toVets have urged…
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On its 100th birthday in 1959, Edward Teller warned the oil industry about global warming

Benjamin Franta: Somebody cut the cake new documents reveal that American oil writ large was warned of global warming at its 100th birthday…
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Everything You Need to Know About the GOP Tax Bill

Here are key changes to U.S. tax law for individuals and businesses that have emerged from the final Republican bill that’s headed for…
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The Dirty Secret of the Worlds Plan to Avert Climate Disaster

In 2014 Henrik Karlsson, a Swedish entrepreneur whose startup was failing, was lying in bed with a bankruptcy notice when the BBC called.…
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Crispr Therapeutics Plans Its First Clinical Trial for Genetic Disease

In late 2012, French microbiologist Emmanuelle Charpentier approached a handful of American scientists about starting a company, a Crispr company. They included UC…
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Bitcoin Mining Guzzles EnergyAnd Its Carbon Footprint Just Keeps Growing

This story originally appeared on Grist and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration.If you’re like me, you’ve probably been ignoring the bitcoin phenomenon for years —…
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Americans Are Retiring Later, Dying Sooner and Sicker In-Between

The U.S. according to the Society of Actuaries. That’s the first year-over-year increase since 2005, and only the second rise greater than 1 percent…
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Trump’s New Obamacare Killer to Cost Uncle Sam $194 Billion

President Donald Trump is halting some Obamacare subsidies. A big money saver for taxpayers, right? Wrong. The move could actually force the government…
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This is the most dangerous time for our planet | Stephen Hawking

We cant go on ignoring inequality, because we have the means to destroy our world but not to escape itAs a theoretical physicist…
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Are smartphones really making our children sad?

US psychologist Jean Twenge, who has claimed that social media is having a malign affect on the young, answers critics who accuse her…
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